I am running Debian (SMP Debian 4.9.82-1+deb9u3) and am looking for a secure method to enable Google Drive Sync on my PC. As far as I am aware, there is no native Google Drive client for Linux, and are an array of Open Sourced alternatives.
The issue I am left facing is one of privacy and security. Granted, I'll be encrypting files on upload (and therefore, download) but need to know that the service/application I am using is reliable; if it is open source then it's got a fighting chance.
It would be wonderful if I could force an upload and encrypt at the same time, either via command-line or a native GUI.
Key required features:
- Allow both
pushrequests (i.e. Download and Upload);
- Available on Debian
Nice to have features:
- Open source and peer reviewed;
- Command line interface;
- Encryption functionality;
- Support for an application password (or token) as opposed to password;
Furthermore, it would be wonderful if some form of
symlink existed, or I could have a
/home/$User/Google folder for file-manager function.
I am looking at Grive2 based purely off command-line functionality, but have not looked at the other options.